I’m working on getting my second node running, but I’m having issues syncing with the network.
I think the problem was that I tried to run the node for the first time in tmux, it frozen so I closed it and now I get the following error message:
WARN: A prior running Cardano node was not cleanly shutdown, socket file still exists. Cleaning up.
Listening on http://127.0.0.1:12798
I tried leaving it like this for a while to see if it fixed itself but nothing happen. Suggestions?
Thanks for your response. I tried killall cardano-node but got no process found. So I went and removed socket0.node. I was now able to run it without getting the warning message but I only got Listening on http://127.0.0.1:12798 as message and nothing more. The actual node is not opening…
What should I do?
you can always check if you have any open tmux session by typing:
If there is one (or more) you can attach to latest session by typing
if you have any frozen tmux session - you can kill it with:
before that, try to gracefully kill the cardano-node processes with: killall -s SIGKILL cardano-node
if you are using CNtools scripts to run your nodes, after forced cardano-node shutdown (before it closes db and removes socket file) in some cases you will have to manually remove the socket file and only then start the script
Do you run your second node on the same server? If yes, then don’t forget to change in start script the db directory and socket file names so they are different from each node. It will not work if you are pointing to the same socket / db dir.
Hi lauris thanks for your feedback and sorry for the late reply. I still haven’t been able to solve this issue.
I don’t have any tmux session running, using the killall command returns “no process found” and I tried several times already deleting the socket file and db but still get the same error message…
What else could I do? delete everything and start from scratch?
I have the same issue, getting Listening on http://127.0.0.1:12798 when running ./cnode.sh script
I build up my servers from scratch twice but still the same.
I appreciate your resolution steps in advance